” about choosing new desktop system.”.

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" about choosing new desktop system.". What desktop operating system might be used to replace the Windows 95 and 98 computers? What operating system capabilities should the library look for when replacing these computers?

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  • TomLiotta
    Hard to say. What platform does the desired software run on? . Tom
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  • ToddN2000
    Like tom mentioned, it depends on your current software. What programs are you running. Check to see if that version will run under Windows 7 or windows 8. Then make a checklist of what software may need to be replaced based on a new operating system. Another thing to consider is if upgrading to a 64-bit os, some older programs designed to run under win 95/98 may no longer run at all.
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